byMATRIX: The Center for Humane Arts, Letters, and Social Sciences Online at Michigan State University
Historian Martin Klein (Emeritus, U. of Toronto) reflects on African history and historiography and his lifeâs work on slavery in West Africa. Klein then sheds light on his ongoing research (in cooperation with leading Africanists) on African slaves. He concludes with observations about the state of historical research in Senegal, Mali, and Guinea. Topics: Guinea, history, Mali, Martin Klein, Senegal, slavery, West Africa
Long Night of Turntablism DIEB13 (AUT)WOLFGANG FUCHS (AUT)SEDMIKRASKA (GER)ELEPHANT POWER (BEL)FINO (AUT)LENA (AUT)NDL (AUT)MARTIN KLEIN (AUT)JUSTICE YELDHAM (AUS) Fri, May 4th 2007, 20:00quitch and CON.TRUST, Untere Donaulände 10 und 12, Linz “Therefore the only lively thing that will happen with a record is if somehow you would use it to make something which it isn’t. You could, for instance, make another piece of music with a record and other sounds of the environment or other musical... Topics: DIEB13, WOLFGANG FUCHS, SEDMIKRASKA, FINO, LENA, NDL, MARTIN KLEIN, Justice Yeldham, qujochoe,...